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Oz-story Magazine is a periodical of Oz fiction that was issued in six annual issues from 1995 to 2000. It was edited by David Maxine and Eric Shanower and published by Hungry Tiger Press. The annual featured stories and poems by all of the major Oz authors, L. Frank Baum, Ruth Plumly Thompson, Rachel Cosgrove, and others, plus the work of many Oz illustrators. The original publication of Eloise Jarvis McGraw's The Rundelstone of Oz occurred in the annual's final issue.
The Magazine featured work by contemporary writers as well as Royal Historians, including:
- "Gugu and the Kalidahs" by Eric Shanower (No. 1)
- "Percy and the Shrinking Violet" by Rachel Cosgrove Payes (No. 1)
- "Dorothy and the Mushroom Queen" by "Janet Deschman" (No. 2)
- "Spots in Oz" by Rachel Cosgrove Payes (No. 3)
- "Ozma Sees Herself" by Edward Einhorn (No. 3)
- "Buffalo Dreams" by Jane Mailander (No. 3)
- "The Salt Sorcerer of Oz" by Eric Shanower (No. 4)
- "The Ruby Heart" by Michael O. Riley (No. 5)
- "Unauthorized Magic" by Edward Einhorn (No. 5)
- "Jack Pumpkinhead's Day in Court" by J. L. Bell (No. 5)
- "Princess Chrystal and Prince Eolus" by Jack Snow (No. 6)
- "Toto and the Truth" by Atticus Gannaway (No. 6)
- Trot of Oz by Glenn Ingersoll and Eric Shanower (No. 6)
Perhaps most notably, Oz-story Magazine reprinted rare and inaccessible works by Baum:
- Sam Steele's Adventures on Land and Sea in issue No. 1
- Policeman Bluejay in No. 2
- The Flying Girl in No. 3
- Daughters of Destiny in No. 4
- The Woggle-Bug Book in No. 5
- Annabel in No. 6.